Insurance Law And Policy

Author: Tom Baker
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
ISBN: 9781454890546
Size: 12.74 MB
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A contemporary, easy-to-teach text by high-profile authors, this casebook invites students and teachers to re-imagine the field of Insurance Law. The authors demonstrates the big-picture role of insurance law and policy in American business and society, exploring federal-state regulatory roles in depth as well as the traditional topics covered in casebooks. Insurance Law and Policy: Cases and Materials uses more statutory material than any other casebook, with statutes typically presented through problems. Manageable assignments contain one major case followed by informative notes, questions and a problem.

Understanding Insurance Law

Author: Robert H. Jerry II
Publisher: LexisNexis
ISBN: 9781422548653
Size: 20.83 MB
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This comprehensive Understanding treatise can be used as the course text or as a supplement to any insurance law casebook. Insurance Law is designed to make the substance of insurance law accessible to the student and to the general practitioner unfamiliar with the subject. The premise of this book's organization is that insurance law is best understood if its legal principles are arranged according to the various stages in the life of a contract. Part A considers the question "what is insurance law." Part B considers issues germane to the establishment of the contractual relationship between insurer and insured. Part C considers issues relevant to the performance of contractual obligations. Finally, Part D examines a few topics that defy easy categorization, including special problems in group insurance, special issues in automobile insurance, issues in reinsurance, and a new chapter on excess and umbrella coverage.

Cases And Materials On Insurance Law

Author: Leo P. Martinez
Publisher: West Academic Publishing
ISBN: 0314280723
Size: 14.41 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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This edition contains extensive updates, with many new cases relevant for students anxious to acquire practical knowledge that they can quickly put to use when they enter the profession. For example, the Introduction discusses the Kentucky Supreme Court's 2010 decision in Kentucky v. Reinhold, in which a medical bill sharing program constituted insurance. Chapter 5, which discusses liability insurance features an excellent new duty to defend case, Pekin Insurance Co. v. Wilson, decided by the Illinois Supreme Court and 2010, and another new case, Mid-America Bank & Trust Co. v. Commercial Union Insurance Co., which offers a superior illustration of insurers' duty to settle and the bad faith consequences of related misjudgments. Chapter 5 also contains a critical analysis of the tripartite relationship in liability insurance. Chapter 7 on personal insurance contains new discussions of accidental death insurance and stranger-owned life insurance, both of which have been heavily-litigated in the last few years. There are other new cases, of course, they are but snapshots. The notes have also been substantially expanded with new cases and statutes from many states. Finally, this edition welcomes as a co-author Doug Richmond, a nationally-prominent insurance lawyer with long practical experience.

Real Estate Transactions

Author: Robin Paul Malloy
Publisher: Aspen Publishers
ISBN: 0735507155
Size: 17.23 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
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Now in its Third Edition, REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS: Problems, Cases, and Materials continues to provide students with the tools necessary to understand real estate transactions in a real-world market setting. This streamlined and detailed text explains the basic elements and market factors involved in each area of the law, and presents cases and problems to illustrate its key points, pinpointing the manner in which such issues arise in practice. Noticeably more comprehensive than its competition, this text is a valuable asset to your real estate transactions course. This user-friendly text continues to deliver what students need: clear and concise explanations on each topic area with straightforward examples to illustrate the point an integrated approach to explaining market and ethical constraints for the transactional real estate lawyer excellent problems that appropriately increase in difficulty with each section carefully chosen cases to illustrate key points of commercial and residential real estate and the way in which problems arise in practice cases and materials to highlight ethical and professional responsibility issues, allowing students to see professional ethics in a real-world context Thoughtfully updated material throughout makes a great text even better in its Third Edition. Highlights include: a revised and more concise section on advanced commercial real estate topics, including construction loan and permanent loan financing considerations improved integration of residential and commercial real estate concepts a more streamlined, student-accessible text new and updated cases and problems keep the material relevant and timely a greatly improved and expanded Teacher's Manual designed to provide extensive guidance to professors who teach under strict time constraints. TM features detailed text and background information, sample syllabi, case briefs, suggested answers to problems, and additional problem sources. larger font size and a 20% -25% reduction in text, as compared to the second edition, make the third edition easier to manage while providing exceptional course coverage


Author: Aaron D. Twerski
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
ISBN: 9781454888130
Size: 19.33 MB
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Torts: Cases and Materials, Fourth Edition is a casebook that engages students without avoiding the hard questions. Modeled on the venerable Prosser casebook, but intended to be modern, accessible, and yet sophisticated, this book consistently gets high marks from students for being clear, user-friendly, and not hiding-the-ball like so many other casebooks. Challenging hypotheticals and authors’ dialogues engage students while allowing instructors to probe more deeply into ambiguous or developing areas of law. The book’s manageable length makes it an ideal for a three- to four-hour introductory Torts course.

Insurance Law In A Nutshell

Author: John Dobbyn
Publisher: West Academic
ISBN: 9781634605076
Size: 15.91 MB
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Insurance Law in a Nutshell is a clear, concise and comprehensive discussion of the fundamentals of insurance law. It covers various lines of insurance such as Auto, Commercial General Liability, Health, Life, and Property. It also covers topics such as bad faith, claims submission/handling, duty to defend and settle, insurable interest, insurer defenses, loss valuation, regulation of insurers, reinsurance, risk transfer, subrogation, surety bonds, and waiver and estoppel. This new edition also has new sections that cover the rules of insurance policy interpretation; other lines of liability insurance such Cyber, Directors and Officers Liability (D&O), Errors and Omissions (E&O or Professional Liability), Employers Liability (EPL), Environmental Impairment (EIL), Flood, and Terrorism; the key issues of “trigger,” “number of occurrences” and “allocation” in long-tail liability claims; “personal or advertising” liability coverage; the “business risk” and “owned property” exclusions; the “duty of utmost good faith” and the “follow the fortunes” doctrine under reinsurance treaties; guaranty funds; and “surplus line” insurers.

Insurance Law And Regulation

Author: Kenneth Abraham
Publisher: Foundation Press
ISBN: 1609304012
Size: 15.87 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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This casebook, which has been used as the principal text in more than one hundred law schools, contains extensive material on insurance contract formation and interpretation; insurance regulation; insurable interest and liability for bad-faith breach; property, health, life, and disability insurance; commercial general liability and directors & officers liability insurance; auto insurance; and reinsurance. The casebook gives equal emphasis to personal and commercial insurance, and reprints within the relevant chapters four standard-form insurance policies. There is new material on the interpretation of ambiguities, insurance regulation, the Affordable Care Act, directors & officers insurance, and excess coverage.